Components aren’t automatically created in Supernova the way tokens are after import, so you’ll need to create new components in Supernova, and link them to the Figma components you’ve imported. If you prefer to display your components as assets in Supernova, you can do this by giving them an export setting in Figma. You can find more information on how to create assets from components in Figma 101.
If you’ve tried to find your imported components in Supernova using these methods and still can’t, please ensure that you have selected components as part of the contents to be imported from your data source. You can confirm this by clicking “Edit usage” on the Figma data source. A more detailed description of source usage as we call it, can be found in our documentation on data sources.
If none of these steps work, the last thing to try is to confirm if your workspace is being updated correctly. Click “Get updates” to force Supernova to fetch any published updates in your Figma source file. Alternatively, you can enable automatic updates, so Supernova will import any changes automatically when they are published.
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